Xarelto is a blood thinner that can cause uncontrolled bleeding. Many Xarelto users and surviving family members are seeking legal recourse for this life-threatening side effect.
If you have suffered severe side effects after taking the drug Xarelto, talk to our drug litigation lawyers at The Gilbert Law Group®. We can help you take legal action for just remedies.
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Xarelto was approved by the FDA in 2011 and is one of the newest blood thinners on the market. It is manufactured by Bayer and marketed through Johnson & Johnson.
Its most dangerous side effect is uncontrollable bleeding. The drug has no antidote to reverse its blood thinning effects.
Patients taking the drug have suffered:
In 2012, the FDA reported that Xarelto had three times the mortality rate than other blood thinners like warfarin.
Many victims and their families have already filed claims against these pharmaceutical companies, alleging that:
At The Gilbert Law Group®, our attorneys are committed to helping the victims of defective drugs recover for their injuries. When your doctor prescribes medication, you don’t expect it to make your condition worse.
If you or your loved one was injured because of Xarelto, you may have a legal case for:
Our attorneys can help you hold these pharmaceutical companies responsible for your loss.
We understand that dealing with the severe health problems or death of your loved one is emotionally and financially draining on your family. Let us guide you through the legal process and work to ensure that you walk away with justice, closure, and full financial compensation.
Call our office at (888) 711-5947 if you have any questions for our attorneys.
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